VV House Blend x Winterized BHO Oil | 2mL
This oil is made from a blend of hybrid and indica strains grown in Beautiful British Columbia!
The very complex cannabinoid profile of this BHO comes from 10 strains of premium cannabis! While it is a potent THC oil, the high levels of CBC, CBD, and CBG will activate many cannabinoid receptors in the body and brain.
This high-end vaping oil has been independently tested at MB labs to contain over 81.37% Cannabinoids! This includes 71.40% THC!
How To Use
You can dilute this oil in any organic cold pressed oil. We recommend hemp or coconut oil for the skin. Warm a small amount of your desired carrier oil, and a small amount of Viridesco Oil and mix together before applying to skin. You may choose to rub this oil directly on your skin. Use sparingly. Rub a small amount of oil in the desired area as often as necessary.
The oil may leave a sticky residue on your skin. In order to remove the sticky residue from your skin, rub with coconut oil or butter, and wash with warm water.
You may choose to ingest this product by putting the oil underneath your tongue for a few minutes. To aid in digestion, warm tea or lemon water is recommended. You can also dilute your oral dose with any sort of edible organic cold pressed oil.
Follow the rendering process in the Edibles/Cooking & Baking section.
There are many ways to smoke oils, you could put it on top of your herbal bowl or smear it on a rolling paper before or after rolling. To vaporize you could use any regular vaporizing device. Use rubbing alcohol to clean any mess or residue left on hard surfaces.
Use caution when vaporizing or smoking this oil as it is very potent, much more concentrated than its flower counterparts.
If you choose to cook with this product, it is best to render it into a carrier, such as coconut oil, hemp seed oil, grapeseed oil, or organic butter. The rendering process should be performed at a low temperature (below 175°F) to not compromise the cannabinoids in the oil.
Determine what strength you want your portions to be and calculate your recipe to use accordingly.